Summer Sweet Jazz Series – The Aaron Lewinter Trio

Considering the safety of our guests and artists, we have moved the location of the Aaron Lewinter Trio concert OUTSIDE.

Join us this Thursday night for live jazz (7:00 to 9:00PM) at Club Thaw in Bell Acres. (Address will be provided at time of reservation/payment).

With the change of venue, we are able to expand our attendance for these concerts. We ask for a $25 donation per person / children 12 and under are free. The concert will take place rain or shine.

Attendees are encouraged to bring lawn chairs or blankets and personal beverages. Water and light snacks will be provided. Social distancing will be required and monitored by Sweetwater staff and volunteers. There is plenty of space to adhere to the desired 6 feet from your nearest neighbor.

Parking is free and on site; please follow the directions of the SCA staff. We are asking attendees to please be respectful and mindful to follow guidelines to ensure safety for all.

Aaron was born in Pittsburgh, PA and studied at Berklee College of Music. Inspired by solo, duo, and trio jazz guitar of Wes Montgomery, Jim Hall, Tal Farlow, Jimmy Raney and Braney Kessel Aaron developed an interest in jazz. Having a respect for tradition, playing in jazz big bands and small trio situations expanded his world to jazz and its beauty. Later, the organ trio music of Dr. Lonnie Smith, Jimmy Smith, and Jack McDuff opened his ears to the capabilities of a guitar sound in a trio group.

Join us for a night of great music, we’ve missed you!


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